‘’The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience.’’ – Emily Dickinson

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Every bent is a complete jam-pack of experience. Everyone is full of experiences gained through some form of involvement. An experience of something that is gained through something people getting involvement in or exposure to. Experience of the knowledge and referring to practical knowledge. So, experience is when knowledge is shaped by doing.

Experiences come in different forms physical, mental, emotional or spiritual. Most of the time it physical experience on the lookout. But with mental experience it is the core to the essence of life. It all starts with the mind. It is the mind that comes with messages of the aspect of intellect and consciousness experienced. As with the combinations of ‘thought’ as we go through a thought process. The combinations of ‘perception’ as we go though the awareness process. The combinations of ‘memory’ as we go through retention process. The combinations of ‘emotion’ as we go through the sensation process. All these mental experiences are conventional, including the unconscious cognitive processes.

One way or the other the mental experiences do surface when dealing with life situations. Some will link it to maturity. It’s all mental, it starts with the mind. The mental practice that is a positive way and the goal to master self-developed technique to achieve a state of alert, focused, relaxation. By deliberately paying attention to pre-existing thoughts, concepts, memories, emotions, percepts and intentional techniques to manage a situation whilst promoting the mind–body superiority over the situation. Mental skills, mental experiences reveal why people grow to trust themselves.

Somehow it looks like mental experiences have the ultimate influence and interest in the moulding of a strong character or a strong person. Undoubtedly mental contents – those items that are ‘in’ the mind and capable of being formed and manipulated to fit situational challenges and build the desired individual experiences. The desired experience of thoughts, experience of concepts, experiences of memories, experiences of percepts, and experiences of intentions. The desired experiences which put one’s mental experiences in a better mature place.

More like realism in general, mental experience holds mental skills that exist independently of the human mind. Thus, humans do not create these experiences, but rather discover and experience it. This point of view regards to only one sort of mental skills as discoverable. It sees as real entities, not just the creations of the human mind. It is made of the realism as they see themselves experiencing the occurring different circumstances. A reality that could be perceived in a manner corresponding to the sense perception. With experience, there are distinctions depending on what sort of existence one takes a chance to master, the experimental entities to have, and how we know about them.

‘’When I saw, I reflected upon it; I looked, and received instruction.’’ – Proverbs 24:32.

Mental experiences will normally determine the way we tackle subjective experiences. And subjective experience can involve a state of individual subjectivity, perception on which one builds one’s own state of reality. A reality based on one’s interaction with one’s environment. Often the independent experience depends on one’s individual ability to figure out and connect with what is happening around them. Clarification needed from all of which affect individual experience of any given situation in such a way as to render it subjective. The notion of subjectivity as a form of experience has roots in the thinking whilst depending on the understanding of what creates an individual. With various interpretations of such things as the ‘self’ and the ‘identity’ or self-consciousness. So, the case of perception, is actually the percept shift in the mind’s eye.

The reality mental experience is sometimes variously defined by the experience, conscious or perspective subjects. Common definitions include that subjectivity is the quality or condition of:
• Some experiences are more subject to the area of conscious experiences, such as perspectives, feelings, beliefs, and desires.
• Some experiences are everything considered true only from the perspective of subjects, that’s including information, idea, situation,
The term is most commonly used as an explanation for that which influences or informs the mind’s eye is the collection of experiences and the surrounding information. It is the collection of the perceptions, experiences, expectations, personal or social understanding, and beliefs specific to a person. So, dealing with experiences of the mind is a different take from person to person – mental experiences.

Mind based experiences are subjectively and inherently social experience that sometimes come through interactions within the social order. As much as subjectivity is a process of individualism, it is equally a process of socialisation. It is difficult to separate an individual and make them to be isolated in a self-contained environment. There is always endless engaging in interaction with the surrounding world. How the mind respond to surrounding experiences forms a culture that is a living totality of the subjectivity of any given individual or society constantly undergoing transformation. Subjectivity experiences are then shaped by it and shapes it in turn.

Though the boundaries of societies and their cultures can be indefinable and random, the subjectivity inherent in each one is palatable and can be recognised as distinct from others. Most experiences are almost in part a particular experience or organisation of reality, which includes how one views and interacts with objects, consciousness, humanity and even nature. So, the difference between different mental experiences brings about an alternate experience of existence that forms life in a different manner.
Still and always there is influential richness in mastering good skilful mental experiences. Mental experience – probably mental muscle.